Daybreak Doppler: Badgers In The NFL Draft
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Women Named April.
So much for opening the year with a series win, Rockies 7, Brewers 3 .
Yes it’s way to early to even think about passing judgement here, but How About Them New Relievers?
Brew Hoop on how Monta Ellis shines in post-J.J. Redick trade Bucks Lineup Pyramid analysis .
All Green Bay Packers with their 2013 Packers Position Group Analysis in the Running Backs .
Lombardi Ave is wondering Will any of these Draft hopefuls be called by the Green Bay Packers?
The Sports Bank says Marquette should be even better in 2013-2014 .
Paint Touches with their Player breakdown of Vander Blue .
Midwest Sports Fans looks back at the Best 20 NCAA Basketball Title Games Ever .
I wouldn’t put it past him, Mark Cuban Sounds Like He’d Like to Draft Brittney Griner .
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About time someone did this, FINALLY: A House Shaped Like A Dinosaur’s Head .
This would be cool to see, 5 Things We Learned At The “Game Of Thrones” Exhibit .
I would say this is very true, Why The Breakfast Club Wouldn’t Work In Today’s World .
Some (Best Guess) Projections – I was reading this piece by Ty Dunne on Montee Ball & I got to thinking about where he could go in the upcoming NFL Draft, as well as a couple of his teammates. When you look at Badgers in the upcoming NFL Draft you most likely think about the ‘Big 3’ of Travis Frederick, Montee Ball & Ricky Wagner. Looking at those three, I see Frederick as a fringe first rounder but more likely a high to medium second round pick. A lot of where Frederick will get drafted has to be where he projects to play in the NFL. While Frederick was the Badgers’ Center, pretty much everything I’ve read has him moving to Guard at that next level. That being said, whether it’s at Center or Guard I still think where I have him slotted is realistic. I see Montee Ball as a solid third rounder & would love to see the Packers go with Ball in that round if they don’t choose a running back in the first or second round. In saying that, it’s only half being a homer as I think Ball would be a good find for the Packers, especially in that spot in the draft, but not any higher. You can read the article on Ball as I think it’s spot on as to what he’ll do , how he’ll be used & play once in the NFL. Ricky Wagner will fall farther than his two compatriots, most likely in the 5-6 round area. Wagner is a solid player who I think will be a contributor to an NFL team, but most likely as a substitute & only see starting time due to injury on the first team.
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